The honors keep coming for artist Joan Jonas, a professor emerita at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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I first came across Pedro Reyes’s work while researching performance and social activism.
Gandelsman has been celebrated for playing a wide variety of music, from purely classical to the most inventive contemporary pieces.
VIDEO: Watch Audra McDonald and Oskar Eustis in Conversation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Watch a video of Audra McDonald and Oskar Eustis in conversation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on April 14, 2018.
The lettuce-winnowing is a giveaway.
The work of New York-based band Occurrence exists outside any currents fashions or claimable trends — its patterns and rhythms reject easy recognition in favor of something far more impressionistic.
Gordon Hall discusses The Number of Inches Between Them at the List Center.
Aerocene project hopes to put research into the hands of citizens.
The Beautiful Brain exhibit, Lexington Tattoo and Muster, Pugs Take Boston, and more.
It’s Noam Chomsky vs. Ayn Rand in a new show from multimedia artist Pedro Reyes — and just to be clear, it’s a comedy, and they’re puppets.
If something scares me, I have to do it,” says renowned actress and singer Audra McDonald in a short video that preceded her on-stage interview on Saturday at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which has chosen McDonald as the recipient of … Continued
The concert tipped off something of a special weekend for McDonald, who followed it on Saturday night by being honored with this year’s 2018 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
As part of Audra McDonald’s duties as winner of the 2018 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT, the Broadway great — can you believe she’s won six Tony Awards? — sat down with Oskar Eustis at MIT’s Huntington Hall over the weekend.
“Manufacturing Mischief,” which will have its premiere run on April 26 and 27 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, puts a mini-Chomsky onstage alongside Elon Musk, Ayn Rand and Karl Marx.
Taking it all in with a digital recorder and high-end binaural microphones one day in February was the composer Tod Machover, who writes symphonies about cities around the world and brings some of their most characteristic sounds into the concert … Continued
With her incandescent soprano, Audra McDonald is usually the one doing the dazzling. But the Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winning singer and actress says it was she who was awestruck by the talent she encountered on recent visits to the … Continued
Performing the Present: Audra McDonald and Oskar Eustis in Conversation
Many creative scientists have artistic inclinations. The drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the father of neuroscience, are a beautiful example.
Suffering for art took on frigid new meaning for composer Tod Machover while creating his new symphony for the Philadelphia Orchestra.
From the start, photography has been binary.
author junot díaz discusses debut children’s book
Whether through his work as one half of German electronic music duo Mouse on Mars or through his 2016-17 tenure as an MIT guest lecturer, Jan St. Werner has spent the better part of the past 25 years exploring the … Continued
MIT Premieres Pedro Reyes’ Puppet Play with Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx, Ayn Rand, Elon Musk, Tiny Trump
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is pleased to announce the world premiere of Manufacturing Mischief, a new satirical play by Pedro Reyes that features puppet characters based on Noam Chomsky, Karl Marx, Ayn Rand, Elon Musk and “Tiny Trump.”
The American artist Joan Jonas stood before an enthusiastic audience in London late on Friday and re-enacted excerpts from some of her performances.
Sunday’s Music for Food concert in MIT’s Killian Hall offered three contrasting chamber works within its theme of the year: “Schubert’s Vienna/Our Boston.”